Bangkok & Pattaya Tours


Bangkok & Pattaya Tours


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Day 01

Greetings from Casablanca!Make the Hassan II Mosque your single destination in Morocco's commercial center.The world's tallest minaret, at 690 feet (210 meters), is situated in a picturesque spot on the ocean.This mosque is one of the few in the country where non-Muslims are permitted to enter, which adds even more uniqueness to its exterior and surrounding area.Take a morning tour to see the exquisite craftsmanship:marble floor details, hand-carved stone and wood, and gilded ceilings Travel north to Rabat, the former imperial city and the current capital.Wander the Roman and Islamic ruins as well as the medieval Chellah Necropolis fortification.The grand Kasbah des Oudaias door leads into the old city center of Rabat.From that point, visit the twentieth century Andalusian Gardens and partake in the quiet space away from the groups.Discover the Hassan Tower, which is both the Mausoleum of Mohamed V and a minaret of the unfinished mosque:a project that began in the 12th century but was abandoned, leaving only the minaret and about 200 columns.
Day 02

Travel north to Chefchaouen, a striking blue city in the Rif Mountains.The Cascades d'Akchour (Waterfalls of Akchour), a hidden gem, can be reached via a 2.5-hour hike through forest and small pools at your stop along the way.Relax in the charming town of Chefchaouen in the afternoon.Chefchaouen is known for its blue-hued buildings in its historic medina (old quarter), which has been mostly undeveloped since the 15th century. It has a relaxed atmosphere and some of the friendliest people in the country.Explore the tucked-away alleys and streets that cling to the mountains' northern hillside. Explore the main square, Plaza Outa el-Hammam, which got its name from the number of hammams—public baths—that used to surround it.Before going through the numerous shops that sell traditional goods, grab a bite to eat at a café or restaurant.Take a tour of the garden, museum, and even some of the kasbah's old prison cells during your visit to the Grand Mosque and kasbah, which is an old fortress or fortification.Take a 20- to 30-minute hike up the path that leads to the white Spanish Mosque, which is now abandoned, to get one last view of Chefchaouen as the sun sets behind the mountains.
Day 03

Before setting out for Fes, get up early to take pictures of the empty streets.Make a pit stop at the Volubilis ruins, which are protected by UNESCO and represent the Roman empire's farthest reach in Africa.Explore temples, merchant homes with intact heating systems, and numerous on-site mosaics as you wander the complex.For a tour of your second historic imperial city, continue on to Meknes.The medina and the Ville Impériale, or Imperial City, are the two main points of interest.The Royal Stables, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, and the Bab al-Mansour gate should all be on your itinerary. Head east to Fes, your third imperial city.Fes is a city that is worth getting lost in because of its impressively large medina.Drive up the hill to the Merenid Tombs, which are just north of the city, before going into the medina to take in the panoramic view of historic Fes and the surrounding area.Find your way down the hill to your riad, a traditional Moroccan home with an inside garden, where you can savor a mouthwatering meal and unwind for the evening.
Day 04

Fes, the oldest and perhaps most fascinating of Morocco's imperial cities, has undergone little colonial development, adding to its medieval appeal.The most ridiculously complete medina in the Bedouin world and an UNESCO World Legacy site, Fes is comprised of three central matters of interest:Fes el Bali, also known as the "new" Fes, the "old" Fes, and the French-influenced Ville Nouvelle are where you'll spend the majority of your time.Meet your guide to find out more about Fes's history and culture and, most importantly, to help you find your way around the medina. Start your excursion in Fes el Bali at the Bab Boujeloud gate that leads to Talâa Kebira.As you pass by the architecture that is influenced by Spain and Tunisia, browse the goods that are for sale in the souks (markets) and shops.The tanneries, like ChouaraTannery, are one of the most unusual sights in the old Medina.For a better view of the dye-filled stone pots and men working, climb to the roof of a nearby leather shop.To the Al-Qarawiyyin Library and Mosque (859 CE), follow your guide.You might be able to sneak a peek inside if you're lucky.
Day 05

Visit the Batha Museum today.Housed in a nineteenth century royal residence, the Historical center is home to an assortment of conventional Moroccan expressions and specialties, including cut wood, zellij (mosaic tilework), and neighborhood earthenware (its feature).Before walking to the Mellah, the former Jewish quarter and cemetery, spend some time in the gardens designed in the Andalusian style.Take advantage of its position for a stunning city panorama.Continue south to Ville Nouvelle to witness the significant architectural transformation. Take a tour of a tile and ceramics cooperative to learn how local artisans shape clay and paint designs on their products.As well as watch the tile aces at work:putting small pieces of tile together to create intricate mosaics.Stop in Jnan Sbil (Bou Jeloud Gardens), which is halfway between the Mellah and Bab Boujeloud, on your way back toward Fes el Bali.Relax in the splendor of the gardens and cool off by the lake or in the central fountains.
Day 06

Rise ahead of schedule to search for any latest possible moment trinkets prior to moving to Casablanca.Before your return flight home, you might want to stroll along the Boulevard de la Corniche to Rick's Café, a bar, restaurant, and café inspired by the classic film Casablanca.
Day 1

Upon arrival meet our representative and transfer (private, no guide) to “Sriracha Tiger Zoo”, enjoy a wildlife experience and then join the transfer to the hotel in Pattaya. In the evening pick up at the hotel and join the transfer to see the show at “Alcazar Cabaret Theatre” and then join the transfer back to the hotel. Overnight in Pattaya.
Day 2

Breakfast At The Hotel. The Day Begins A Little Early This Morning As You Are Taken On A Full Day Excursion To The Coral Island. On The Island You Can Indulge In Water Sports & Also Try Your Hand At Paragliding!! Truly An Exhilarating Experience!! The Tour Terminates Early Evening Back At Your Hotel. Spend The Evening Strolling Down The Avenues Of Pattaya Skirting The Beach Or Try Your Hand At Bargaining For Wares At The Shops Dotting The Beach. Overnight stay at HOTEL PATTAYA.
Day 3

Breakfast is served at the hotel, Morning – 0900 HRS Proceed to Coral Island Tour by Speed Boat with Lunch. Then pick up at the hotel and transfer (private, no guide) to the hotel in Bangkok, after check-in free time until your guide pick-up to join the tour, we’re starting to go to visit “Wat Traimit” is one of the most famous temples in Bangkok and is known as the Temple of the Golden Buddha (the statue of Buddha is made from solid gold weighting), then take a short walk to explore China Town, the area is complex with Thai, Chinese, and Indian as good people from South Asia Community, after that going visit the famous Reclining Buddha at Wat Po, where the blind may be trained to become masseuses, Wat Po is the origin of “Thai Traditional Massages School”, and then we will visit “Marble Temple” and stop at the Gem Gallery before transfer back to the hotel, take your time and free at your leisure. In the evening pick up at the hotel and join the transfer for your luxury dining, “Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise” and then join the transfer back to the hotel. Overnight in Bangkok.
Day 4

Breakfast is served at the hotel, then pick-up at the hotel lobby and transfer (private, no guide) to airport to take your own flight to the next destination. ————————- Tour ends with sweet memories.——————

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Package included:

  • Accommodation with daily breakfast.
  • All transfers are as mentioned.
  • Meals as specified (Food only  //  B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
  • Admission fee as specific


Package excluded:

  • International & Domestic air ticket.
  • Thailand Visa
  • Meals which not specified and beverage
  • Other items not specified. /   Items & expenditures of personal nature.
  • Personal expense
  • Travel insurance. Please kindly note that the full coverage travel insurance from your country of origin should be purchased in advance on your own.
  • Visa for Thailand
  • Gratuities: tips to guides, drivers, our representatives, bellboys, etc.

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